Mechanical movements, powers and devices; a treatise describing mechanical movements and devices used in constructive and operative machinery and the mechanical arts, being practically a mechanical dictionary, commencing with a rudimentary description of the early known mechanical powers and detailing the various motions, appliances and inventions used in the mechanical arts to the present time, including a chapter on straight line movements, by Gardner D. Hiscox
Publisher New York, The Norman W. Henley publishing co.
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Call number 8704963
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Book contributor The Library of Congress
Collection library_of_congress; americana
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